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Twisted Floors On The News! [TMJ4 News/Racine County Eye]

You heard that right, Twisted Floors was recently featured on TMJ4 News and Racine County Eye!

Summary of the article

The Racine County Eye article highlights Twisted Floors, a family-owned business located in Waterford, Wisconsin, that has been serving the southeastern region of the state for six years. In January 2023, the business added a new showroom at their location on Fox Lane to enhance their customer service.

Twisted Floors, owned by Trevin and Cali Simes, specializes in concrete floor coatings and floor installations for residential, commercial, and industrial applications. The couple emphasizes the importance of family, both in their personal lives and within their business. They strive to treat their employees like family, offering benefits such as insurance, which is not commonly found in the trades.

Trevin, with experience in both commercial and residential settings, named the business “Twisted Floors” to reflect their expertise in handling all types of floors. The company takes on various projects, from large-scale hospitals to small garage renovations.

Cali, previously the owner of a hair salon, joined Twisted Floors to spend more time with her husband and children. She now manages the business end of Twisted Floors and helps customers explore their flooring options in the new showroom.

The showroom aims to create a welcoming atmosphere for customers to have a personalized and interactive experience. Twisted Floors exclusively carries Shaw Floors and offers a curated selection of carpet, vinyl, hardwood, and floor coatings. The company prioritizes building relationships with customers and ensuring they feel confident in their flooring choices.

Twisted Floors believes that as a small business, they can offer a more personal and attentive experience compared to larger stores with overwhelming options. They value quality over simply providing the cheapest price and strive to deliver lasting flooring solutions.

The article concludes by encouraging readers to support local businesses and offering them the opportunity to be featured in future business spotlights.

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